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Isabela is a legal researcher at CiTiP (KU Leuven) where she works on cybersecurity, non-discrimination, privacy, and data protection projects.

Prior to joining CiTiP, Isabela worked as a lawyer at a prestigious firm and as a project manager at the CEDIS-IDP (2020-2022), where she contributed to projects such as “Effective LGPD” and “LGPD in the Courts”. She has also worked as head of Data Governance and Digital Economy” at LAPIN and as an assistant at the Brazilian Antitrust Authority(CADE).

She obtained an LL.M degree in Civil Law (summa cum laude) from the University of Brasília (UnB, Brazil) in 2022, presenting a thesis on “The processing of personal data for marketing purposes”. She also holds a Master’s degree in Law from UnB (summa cum laude), having written her thesis on “The definition of the legitimate interest” according to the GDPR and the Brazilian Data Protection Law (LGPD). As a recipient of the SANTANDER grant, she studied at the University of Granada (Spain) in 2016-2017.

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